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RAAF Form A.50

No. 7 Service Flying Training School, RAAF - February 1942

2 February 1942 - DENILIQUIN
Course 19 commenced for aircrew trainees on Feb. 2nd after suspension for one month of Empire Air Training Scheme.
27 February 1942 - DENILIQUIN
Accident to aircraft A20-338. Crashed on Bombing range. Pilot Officer J.M. WISHART killed and LAC KNIGHT, W.R. seriously inujured.
AIRCRAFT. The percentage of average working serviceability for the month of February was 26%. 20 engines have been modified to prevent oil blowing and have been re-installed in aircraft, of these several have completed more than 60 hours flying without any further defect developing.
In addition to the normal attention necessary to 88 aircraft the following work has been completed:
Engine changes 8
180 hour inspections 16
60 hour inspections 40
30 hour inspections 54
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